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  1. Hi All, We're just starting homeschooling with my 6 year old son. We're doing most of the WTM curriculum for now. I was wondering if you guys have recommenditons good literature to start with? I'm thinking about The Trojan Horse: How the Greeks Won the War, and maybe getting Classics to Read Aloud by William Russell just for a start. Any other ideas would be helpful We're doing Grammar-FLL Writing- WWE Phonics/Spelling- We're going to finish Phonic Pathways. Then move on to Spelling Workout. History- SOTW Math- Khan Academy (For now. It's going to
  2. Thanks for the reply. I'm sorry for being vague. Monday was a rough day. My kids are still in the distance learning, and it's not fun. I think I'm going to try and slowly jump into homeschooling with most of the WTM curriculum. At least grammar, writing, reading, penmanship, & History. For math I'm thinking of starting with Khan Academy. I just question how good is Khan for kids to learn from? I've heard of Math U See, but it's a bit $$$. As far a phonics goes my two kids, 8 year old girl & 6 year old boy, have done some work with Phonic Pathways. In March, when the pandem
  3. Hi, I'm new to homeschooling, and I guess I just need a little nudge in the right direction. I've read The Well-Trained Mind 4th Edition. I'm pretty sure I want try to start with most all that's recommended in the book. But I'm a little nervous/excited/confused?? Besides this one. Is there any links to other thread that can help me?
  4. Hi, My name Is Bryan. I'm looking to start homeschooling, and using the Well Trained Mind curriculm. I'm new to home schooling. I have a 8 year old daughter, and a 6 year old son. They are currently to distance learning. I hope to learn a lot from these fourms, and I'm new to forums. So please excuse any mess up for a bit. Thanks Bryan
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